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  • Harford third in Maryland in drunk driving convictions

    Harford third in Maryland in drunk driving convictions

    Harford County had the third-highest conviction rate in Maryland for drunk driving cases in 2015, the county's state's attorney said. "This is something to be proud of," Joseph Cassilly said. With a conviction rate of 89.68 percent, Harford ranks behind Worcester County (91.23 percent) and Wicomico...

  • Ishak sworn in as sixth Harford Circuit Court judge

    Ishak sworn in as sixth Harford Circuit Court judge

    During his first motions hearings as a law clerk, Paul Ishak knew he'd made the right decision to not follow his father into medicine. But he didn't come to that realization until after he thought "Oh God, what have I done?" Nearly 30 years after his service as a clerk, the 53-year-old Ishak was...

  • Ice causing problems on Harford roads Wednesday morning

    Ice causing problems on Harford roads Wednesday morning

    Harford County roads were in bad shape Wednesday morning with some ice overnight and numerous accidents have been reported. "Use extreme caution this morning when driving," urged the Harford County Md Fire & EMS PIO Media Page. "Roads are extremely icy and there have been several motor vehicle...

  • Harford executive proposes transition to paid EMS service to supplement volunteer providers

    Harford executive proposes transition to paid EMS service to supplement volunteer providers

    Harford County Executive Barry Glassman plans to implement a "phased-in transition" to develop a Harford County EMS system that would supplement medical services provided by privately-run volunteer fire companies throughout the county. Glassman announced his proposal during his third State of the...

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